Zimbabwe Agricultural Welfare Trust

Supporting the Zimbabwean Agricultural Community

Background

The Zimbabwe Agricultural Welfare Trust was established in July 2001 to provide support for the beleaguered agricultural community in Zimbabwe which has taken such a large amount of unnecessary physical and mental abuse from the self-styled ‘war veterans’ and the unconstitutional actions of their own Government.

The Charity Commission of England and Wales granted us full Charitable Status in March 2002. Archbishop Desmond Tutu agreed to become our Patron and takes a keen interest in the progress of the Trust.

For full financial and regulatory information on the Trust (including full info on our special dispensation) please see the Charities Commisson Website by Clicking Here

Our accounts fall under the authority of the Charities Commission of England and Wales, and will be made public on this website when produced, and are available for scrutiny in the public domain or by request.

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  • "Former journalist, basketball coach and founding member of Zimfest Hilton Mendelsohn has bravely and generously volunteered to run for ZAWT at the London Marathon 2015!

    Hilton founded and coached Giants Basketball  club from Bulawayo as well as Matabeleland U/21s before moving to the UK where he played a major part in founding and running Zimfest for over 10 years expanding it's footprint to places as far flung as Brisbane, Perth, Cape Town and most recently Oslo.

    Hilton is currently based in Manchester UK and is regular runner participating in events around the UK and Europe"

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